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Day 125 – 133, Friday, 22.05. – Saturday, 30.05 2009

Thank You! Reading about the next leg in Paul Caffyn’s book… Sunset over the Gulf of Carpentaria    Carpentaria Seafaris ————————————- Halfway trip holiday   I’ll be back in Darwin […]
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Day 124, Thursday, 21.05.2009

::eMDee:: alias Mark Hoffmann and drummer Lukas Bendel, in action   I finished my blogging work and gear checks at 3.30pm, ready to be taken to town by Greg for […]
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Day 123, Wednesday, 20.05.2009

Helen, Greg, Bob and Mike greeting me at 7.30am with a late birthday present   I was easily landing on a shallow, flat sandy beach. It was about two hours after […]
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Day 122, Tuesday, 19.05.2009 (2.)

not too much of a flattering self portrait at 3am…   (continued from the previous entry…) The uninviting beach made me checking the tide situation again. At 5pm it was less than […]
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Day 122, Tuesday, 19.05.2009

A water buffalo, grazing peacefully in the forest close to the beach   I was waking at 4am that morning, thinking about daring to leave this wild animal’s campsite already […]
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Day 121, Monday, 18.05.2009

    For the crossing of Dundas Strait I was very much tempted to „take it as it comes“ – means not to care about the tides and launching simply […]
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Day 120, Sunday, 17.05.2009

  This was supposed to be a short paddle heading to Cape Don from Smith Point (picture), only 50 km planned.   I was crossing from point to point, floating […]
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Day 119, Saturday, 16.05.2009

I left the friendly, very civilized pearl farm early morning 7am.   Thanks to Bear and crew for hosting me!!!   The guys went out on a boat to do […]
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Day 118, Friday, 15.05.2009

2nd entry: I was busy updating my blog in the air conditioned office of Bear, the pearl farm manager. Internet came over satellite here, with a high gain antenna outside. […]
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